Do you have an idea you on what your perfect brand would be? You don’t know how to start or find the motivation to keep you afloat during the growing pains? Look no further because Jason Muncer is here to be your guide to enlighten you on how to do that.
Jason Muncer (Mr. Villin) started out his early stages hustling for other clothing entrepreneurs and making their dreams happen. One day, he woke up and decided to do the same for himself. Why being bossed around when you can be your own boss, right?
Jason pushed through the years of developing his brand. Today, he is the proud owner of a successful athleisure company called Villin, selling world-wide amazing pieces of clothing that represent more than a brand, it’s a lifestyle.
If you want to get into the fashion business, with no money but with the will to succeed, this is the podcast for you!
Finding The Motivation – Jason talks about staying motivated through the difficult years of growing your business.
Tips on Building Your Brand – There might be something wrong in your surrounding if you keep hitting road blocks. Jason will tell you the problem and how to solve it.
Build Business on Passion – There is no point in building a business on something that doesn’t drive you. Passion should be your fuel.
“I didn’t create a brand. I created a way of life”
Key Podcast Milestone:
02:28 – Jason’s beginnings 04:59 – Jason’s first business venture 09:11- Jason’s advice on how to take your first step to building your own brand 11:54 – How long it took Jason to building his own brand Villin 13:24 – How Jason remained motivated during the 3 years of building his brand 15:02 – How Jason managed to pierce through the tough apparel competition with no degree and money 17:30 – Villin’s business model 21:14 – The next steps for Villin 23:15 – Jason talks about his lifestyle 28:02 – Jason talks about what works for him and delegation
Top Key Quotes
“The hardest part is getting past your own mind. I can give step by step on how to build a clothing brand but 99% won’t do it.”
“Everyone tells me to come back to Earth but I think the only reason I was successful was because I was living in the clouds.”
“It’s not something that happens overnight. People often think if it’s not working straight away then it’s not going to work and they give up.” “If I didn’t have anything to prove then I’d probably would have given up earlier.” “If I could give any advice, it’s just find your fuel. What is your fuel?” “You shouldn’t work for your business, you should create a business that works for you.”
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I believe that the new entrepreneurs are remotepreneurs and the purpose of the podcast is to teach people how to adjust to the new future of doing business - REMOTELY!